Former Utes football player Marv Fleming and former BYU volleyball player Michelle Fellows Lewis were also inducted.
McMahon spent his junior and senior years at Roy High School before playing for BYU from 1977-81, with a redshirt season in the middle of his career. He quarterbacked the Cougars to the “Miracle Bowl” victory over SMU in 1980, and earned first-team All-America honors as a senior. Drafted No. 5 overall by Chicago, he led the 1985 Bears to a Super Bowl victory over New England. He also claimed a Super Bowl ring backing up Brett Favre with Green Bay in 1996.
"It's a great honor," McMahon said. "I only spent two years of high school here and the five years of college, but we had some great success on the field. I was lucky enough to play with some great players."
McMahon says winning the 1980 Holiday Bowl over SMU was one of the great highlights of his career.
"That was one of my favorites because that was the first bowl game that we won," McMahon said. "LaVell [Edwards] had been there I don't know how many times, but I was just happy that I was under center when that happened."
McBride coached the University of Utah to a 10-2 record and a top-10 final ranking in 1994. He compiled an 88-64 record in 13 seasons with the Utes, while reviving the program and restoring balance to the rivalry with BYU. McBride led Weber State's program for seven seasons, taking the Wildcats to consecutive appearances in the Football Championship subdivision playoffs.
McBride laid the foundation for where the program is today, a member of the Pac-12 Conference.
"Once the people saw that this program could be good, then they built the stadium and the indoor facilities," McBride said. "Everything just started to fall into place and now you see what's up there today is pretty remarkable."
Casper, a Springville resident, recorded 51 victories on the PGA Tour. He won the U.S. Open in 1959, and added another title in 1966 with a back-nine rally and a playoff defeat of Arnold Palmer. Billy also won the Masters in 1970. Casper won nine events on the Champions Tour, including two major titles.
After playing in the shadow of Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player for most of his career, there has been a new found appreciation for just how good Casper really was.
"It's given me a very special feeling in my life," said CAsper, who is already in the World Golf Hall of Fame. "To be recognized and be honored by people and revered by people wherever I go in the world, it's just overpowering. I think you cherish things like this as you get older."
Lewis, of Cedar Hills, was a major contributor to one of the greatest periods in BYU volleyball history. In her final three seasons, the Cougars posted an 84-12 record. BYU reached the NCAA Final Four in 1993, when Lewis was named a first-team All-American.
Fleming, an 11th-round draft choice from the University of Utah in 1963, became the first NFL player to appear in five Super Bowls – winning four world championships, two each with the Green Bay Packers and Miami Dolphins. He also earned three NFL Championship rings with Green Bay before the Super Bowl was created. He was the starting tight end for the unbeaten Miami team of 1972, and played a total of 12 pro seasons.